10 potential Broncos whose stock rose at the 2021 Senior Bowl
Potential Broncos whose stock rose at the 2021 Senior Bowl
4. Demetric Felton, WR, UCLA
Another intriguing playmaker for the Denver Broncos to consider is former UCLA running back/wide receiver Demetric Felton, who appears to be making the full-time transition to the receiver position.
He’s lined up in the backfield, out wide, in the slot, and as a kickoff returner. There is no question that his versatility will be coveted by NFL teams but this guy is not just a gadget player — he’s a playmaker.
Depending on how the rest of the offseason goes as far as addressing needs, Felton is a weapon the Broncos could consider sometime in the 4th or 5th round.
5. Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa
The right tackle position for the Denver Broncos is not solidified for the future.
Ja’Wuan James will be expected back for the 2021 season but beyond and even including that, how much can the team actually count on him?
Spencer Brown hasn’t put on the pads and played in a competitive situation like this for a long time (his team’s season was canceled due to the pandemic). Even considering all his time off, Brown looked really good out there at Senior Bowl practices and he remains a very intriguing late day two/early day three option.
I wrote more in-depth on him here.
This guy has the talent, size, and work habits to become a starting right tackle within the first year or two of his NFL career.